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300 million failure of indiana jones 5 means that harrison fords  three franchise exits were all box office flops

The movie gross failure of Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny indicates that Harrison Ford's three main character exits were all underwhelming.   

Both Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, when he rode off into the sunset, and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, where he married Marion, had definite endings for Indy.   

Still, a fifth Indiana Jones film has been released, and it aims to bid the character a fond farewell once more. The conclusion of the 2023 film is a significant improvement over the fourquel, but it doesn't really seem to care at this point.  

With almost $310 million in global receipts thus far, Indiana Jones 5 has officially surpassed its budget, and it probably won't make much more before it leaves cinemas.   

Even while the number seems remarkable, it pales in comparison to the prior films' box office successes. Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny won't even come close to breaking even because of the movie's excessive budget  

some sources claim it cost as much as $400 million (via Indie Wire). Sadly, this is a well-known tale, since Harrison Ford's other legendary characters' farewell films either failed to draw in the anticipated crowd or on the critics' score, or both.  

In the 2017 film Blade Runner 2049, which is a sequel to Blade Runner (1982), Ford's Rick Deckard makes a comeback.   

Contrary to the previous Indiana Jones film, the science fiction Legacy sequel received positive reviews from critics and has an 88% Rotten Tomatoes score.   


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